Yoono

  • Yoono Nows Plays Nice With YouTube, Chrome Extension On The Way

    Yoono Nows Plays Nice With YouTube, Chrome Extension On The Way

    Yoono, a nifty browser plug-in and desktop application that serves as both a social network aggregator and media hub, is upgrading its offering today with YouTube integration, additional language support, and further Twitter functionality. Yoono aggregates and centralizes your online profiles, including IM tools like Windows Live Messenger, Google Talk and AIM as well as a wide variety of social… Read More

  • Yoono Grows Up, Launches A Desktop App

    Yoono Grows Up, Launches A Desktop App

    Yoono, a nifty IE and Firefox plug-in that serves as both a social network aggregator and media hub, is launching a desktop version of their browser sidebar. Yoono basically aggregates and centralizes your online profiles, including IM tools like Windows Live Messenger, Google Talk and AIM as well as a wide variety of social networks such as Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, Flickr, Friendfeed and more. Read More

  • Social Browser Extension Yoono Adds OneRiot's Real-Time Search Engine

    Social Browser Extension Yoono Adds OneRiot's Real-Time Search Engine

    Yoono, an extension built to enhance both the Firefox and IE browser experience that comes in pretty handy when you go on the Internet mainly to interact socially with your peers and friends, has just released version 6.1 of its add-on, and revamped the interface along with adding a couple of useful features. I've been trying it out for a couple of hours now, and I have to say I'd already miss it… Read More

  • Yoono Announces Support For IE, New Services

    Yoono Announces Support For IE, New Services

    Yoono, the slick browser plugin that serves as both a social network aggregator and media hub, has announced its impending support for Internet Explorer which will be available on November 7th. In conjunction with the the new version, Yoono is also announcing integration with both imeem and MySpace, as well as a powerful new widget that will help the plugin monetize. Yoono has existed for a… Read More

  • Yoono Launches Public Beta, Scores $4 Million in Funding

    Yoono Launches Public Beta, Scores $4 Million in Funding

    Yoono, the social network browser plugin that relaunched in May, has entered public beta. The company has also announced a $4 million extension to their Series A funding round led by AGF Private Equity. Yoono has existed for a number of years but has recently reinvented itself, offering a retooled browser sidebar for Firefox that serves as both a social network feed aggregator and a media-rich… Read More

  • Yoono: The Social Network Browser Plugin You've Been Waiting For

    Yoono: The Social Network Browser Plugin You've Been Waiting For

    It’s funny. It was just last week that I went on a mini-rant about the seemingly endless wave of social network aggregators we’ve been seeing. Maybe I was just sick of programs that had a lot of potential but didn’t do much to set themselves apart. Because after spending an evening with the newest version of Yoono, I’m quite ready to come out as a full-fledged hypocrite. I… Read More

  • Yoono Buzz It: Notebooks Reinvented

    Yoono Buzz It: Notebooks Reinvented

    Social surfing recommendation site Yoono has released a new plugin “Buzz It” that takes services such as Google Notebook to a new level. Most people would be familiar with notebook and scrapbook style sites and plugins. You can add notes, reminders and links. Buzz It takes those basics and incorporates a rich Web 2.0 experience. The plugin is available for Internet Explorer and Firefox… Read More

  • Yoono Adds Blog Suggestions

    Yoono Adds Blog Suggestions

    Yoono, the Firefox and IE link suggestion plugin, recently added blog and article suggestions to their product. The new suggestions have been added to the top of Yoono’s sidebar and show stories related to the page you’re currently viewing. For instance, a trip to Techcrunch yields the results pictured to the right. Yoono is sort of like Del.icio.us and StumbleUpon combined. Instead of… Read More